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Re: [Hybrid] What makes a good night club?

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  • Dave Peverley
    ... From: Trevor Heitlauf To: ... If you can t find a night with the right music, people, setup etc. Get
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      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Trevor Heitlauf" <theitlau@...>
      To: <HybridUK@yahoogroups.com>


      > clubs like that.......please tell me if places like
      > that do exist elsewhere.....Peace. Trev.

      If you can't find a night with the right music, people, setup etc. Get
      together with your mates that feel the same way, and run your own. DIY is the
      way forward...!

      ~Pev
    • BennyX
      ... From: Alan Duval To: Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2003 7:30 AM Subject: [Hybrid] What makes a
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        From: "Alan Duval" <propellerheadcase@...>
        To: <HybridUK@yahoogroups.com>
        Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2003 7:30 AM
        Subject: [Hybrid] What makes a good night club?


        > I'm talking more about the physicality of the place rather
        > than "friendly (and preferably good-looking) staff" or "always have
        > great DJs" or "cheap drinks".
        >
        > What aspects of feel and lay-out make a club more worthwhile, in your
        > opinion(s).
        >
        > I'm interested in hearing from DJs and punters, alike.

        Always the crowd, a sh*t crowd in a great venue will be a rubbish night, but
        a great crowd in a sh*tty venue will still be good. I've found from DJing
        (and being in/working with bands) in London that very few people are
        receptive to music slightly different to what they are expecting. The best
        nights I've had have been in a sh*tty little 'goth' pub not far from where I
        live, mainly because 95% of the people who go there have wide music tastes
        and can appreciate good music, whatever the genre.
      • CPfaff17@aol.com
        hmm, good question! considering that i am studying interior design, i feel i have a keen sense for comfort, space planning and aesthetics. so, for one, i
        Message 3 of 5 , Oct 1, 2003
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          hmm, good question! considering that i am studying interior design, i feel i have a keen sense for comfort, space planning and aesthetics. so, for one, i enjoy clubs/bars that have plenty of room for dancing. nothing is worse than a dance floor that overflows into the rest of the club. i personally only dance like a maniac after abusing alcohol and whatnot, so i usually prefer to chill and take in my surroundings. so, i think that it should be required to have a good amount of seating, barstools at the bar, chairs with tables,comfy couches, etc. this way, after dancing in heels, us girls have somewhere to rest! lighting should be just right, i cant stand it when its so dark you cant see a thing. constant strobe lights make me want to rip my hair out. if smoke machines are to be used, they should be used to a minimum. isnt there enough smoke from cigarettes already? cleanliness is next to godliness. nothings worse than sitting in a vip room with some nasty stains on the furniture. i know its tough to keep these types of things clean, but there are ways to go about it the right way: stain resistant fabrics, dark colors dont show much,etc. considering that i am from south florida, i have been to so many places from miami to orlando, its always interesting to see just how pretty or shitty they can be! some know how to do it just right, others have no idea. how bout this, i'll design one someday, you tell me what you think...
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